AEW stars give their all in the ring, and sometimes that means that injuries pop up when we least expect them. For The Bunny, it halted her current run with Tony Khan’s company.

The Bunny has been sidelined due to an injury sustained in her match against Jamie Hayter on the February 8th episode of AEW Dynamite. Since her hiatus stared, many fans have wondered where The Bunny is.

During the match, The Bunny suffered a broken orbital bone, resulting in the match being cut short. Since then, she has been unable to compete.

Josh Nason’s Punch-Out podcast recently talked to The Butcher, where he provided a bit of an update on The Bunny’s current injury status. She will be back soon, but no exact date was given.


“She (The Bunny) like hurt her orbital. She like broke her orbital and yeah, she’s doing really good. I’m sure she’s gonna be back soon. That’s the thing is when something like that — I think she came from an injury too so she was injured for a bit then had a couple matches and got injured. That’s gotta crush your confidence, you know what I mean? But the good thing is since she’s been gone, we’ve been kind of building this new little faction thing up and so when she comes back, it’ll be awesome.”

AEW has a few notable injuries on their roster, and The Bunny is only one of them. Hopefully, she can make a speedy return to the squared circle, because their women’s division could use her veteran experience.

The AEW women’s division has gone through a few changes over the past few months. More additions could be on the way as well. Only time will tell what the division looks like when she does make her return to the ring.

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Felix Upton

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